May 2, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings Associations May 3, 7: 30 p. m., Ridgewood Property Owners & Civic; I.S. 93, Madison Street; 718.802.5078. May 10, 7: 30 p. m., sharp, Dutch Kills Civic; St. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Gazette RESTAURANT Of The WEEK

MOMENTO ITALIAN BISTRO

C onstantly striving to reinvent his fine cuisine to offer something new to his loyal patrons, Amici Amore and Butcher Brothers Steakhouse chef and owner Dino Redzic, who also runs several successful restaurants in Naples, Florida, has replaced both More...

Editorials

Editorial

Mayor's 'Incentive' Plan Has Holes

On March 29, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that "Opportunity NYC", the nation's first "conditional cash transfer program", would debut in September. More...

Why Only Manhattan?

To The Editor: If those cry babies in Manhattan want to experience real traffic, they should visit the borough of Queens. More...

Features

108th Pct. Auxiliary Officers Are March Cops Of The Month

The April meeting of the 108th Police Precinct Community Council featured another tribute to Auxiliary Police Officers Greg Baranowski and Thomas Massa, as Precinct Commander Captain Thomas Kavanagh named them Cops of the Month. More...

Crowley's Bill Has IRS Finding Ways To Contact EITC Eligibles

The 2007 tax filing season ended several weeks ago, but taxpayers can look down the road a year from now and, with a little luck and a big push from Congressmember Joseph Crowley, will find a newer, taxpayer friendly tax law on the books. More...

Crystal Window Makes Trade Journal Top 10 List

Crystal Window & Door Systems was recently recognized by a national fenestration industry trade publication as one of the top successful companies to watch. More...

Political Page

More 'Nays' From Queens For Mayor's 'Congestion' Plan

Queens pols and businessmen greeted Mayor Michael Bloomberg's congestion pricing plan announcement with loud cries of "no way". Meanwhile, a new study was released confirming that Queens would be the borough hardest hit under the proposed plan. More...

Seniors

Demo For Tougher Sentences For Assaults On Seniors

As Queens detectives charged a suspect with assaulting two Jamaica seniors last March, pressure was being put on Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver to pass a bill making assaulting anyone over the age of 70 a felony. More...

Woodside Playwright Readings Celebrate Older Americans Month

Elyse Nass, an award-winning, produced and published playwright and Woodside resident, will have her one-act comedy-drama "Second Chance" presented as morning and afternoon readings on Tuesday, May 15 for Older Americans Month. More...

Getting Your Affairs Organized

Dear Savvy Senior, My husband and I (both in our 70s) would like to get our personal and financial information better organized so our kids will know what's going on when we die. Any tips on how to get started? More...

Star Journal

Hell Gate Bridge Plans Announced In April 1911

Get into a conversation with a longtime Queens resident and you're likely to discover a subscriber of the Long Island Star-Journal, a daily paper that informed the community about local and world news until it folded in 1968. More...

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